• Plan De La Ville De Boston et ses environs

      Bellin, Jacques Nicolas (1764-01-01)
      "Tom XIV" in lower margin. Relief shown pictorially. Key "Renvoy pour la Ville de Boston." From: Le petit atlas maritime, vol, . 14, Paris, 1764.
    • Boston

      Boynton, George W. (1838-01-01)
      Shows streets, docks, bridges. Also shows the extent of the filling by 1838, including the widening of the Neck, the filling of the Mill Pond (now Bulfinch Triangle), the central waterfront, and South Cove.
    • Boston

      Boynton, George W (1839-01-01)
      Relief shown by hachures "Engraved for S.N. Dickinson's Boston Almanac." From the Boston Almanac for the year 1839. By S.N. Dickinson. Boston: Published by Thomas Groom, Stationer's Hall, 82 State Street. Printed at the office of the Rotary Card Press, (Dickinson's) 52 Washington Street. Oriented with north to the right. Includes index to points of interest.
    • Plan of the City of Boston.

      Boynton, George W.; Dickinson, Samuel N. (1840-01-01)
      Shows streets and docks. "Engraved for S.N. Dickinson's Boston Almanac." Dickinson, S.N. The Boston Almanac for the year 1840. Boston: Thomas Groom, 1840.
    • Boston Harbour: From the Survey of A.S. Wadsworth Esq., U.S.N, and the Survey of Des Barres.

      Blunt, E.M.; Des Barres, Joseph; Wadsworth, Alexander S. (1841-01-01)
      From the American Coast Pilot, 14th edition. Depths shown by soundings.
    • Boston Y Sus Aldredores - Boston Et Ses Environs

      Blondeau, Alexandre (1841-01-01)
      Relief shown by hachures. In upper right margin: 45. In lower right margin: Blondeau Sc. On back, handwritten: "1841, Barcelona".
    • Plan of the City of Boston

      Boynton, George W. (1842-01-01)
      Map of the city of Boston showing major public buildings, theaters, temples, museums, churches and hotels. Shows boundaries of Wards 1-10 and 11 (incomplete); Ward 12 (South Boston) not shown. Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridian: London and Washington. Reference in lower left corner. "Entered according to the Act of Congress ... in the year 1842 by S.N. Dickinson ... District Court of Massachusetts." Includes "Reference" (index) to 21 numbered public buildings, markets, theaters, hotels, and printer's place of business (Dickinson's Printing Establishment & Type & Stereotype Foundry, 52 Washington Street). "The Boston Almanac for the year 1842" vol. 1 no.7. "Published by Thomas Groom & Co, Stationers' Hall, 82 State Street, Boston, Mass."
    • Plan of the City of Boston

      Boynton, George W. (1843-01-01)
      Map of the city of Boston showing major public buildings, theaters, temples, museums, churches and hotels. Shows boundaries of Wards 1-10 and 11 (incomplete); Ward 12 (South Boston) not shown. Relief shown by hachures. Prime meridian: London and Washington. Illustration in lower left corner. District Court of Massachusetts." Includes "Reference" (index) to 21 numbered public buildings, markets, theaters, hotels, and printer's place of business (Dickinson's Printing Establishment & Type & Stereotype Foundry, 52 Washington Street). "The Boston Almanac for the year 1843." vol. 1 no.8. "Published by Thomas Groom & Co, Stationers' Hall, 82 State Street, Boston, Mass."
    • Plan of the City of Boston

      Dickinson, Samuel N.; Boynton, George W. (1844-01-01)
      Prime meridian: Washington, D.C. Coordinates from note. "Population 120,000." "This map is a specimen of plate printing by a new process affording a third longer wear from a plate than by the old method."
    • A New & Complete Map of the City of Boston with Part of Charlestown, Cambridge and Roxbury.

      Boynton, George W.; Dearborn, Nathaniel (1846-01-01)
      Relief shown by hachures. "Entered according to Act of Congress in the Year 1839, by N. Dearborn & Son, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Massts." Oriented with north to the right. Includes index to public institutions and buildings, churches, and public houses. From the best authorities by G.W. Boynton for N. Dearborn, publisher, Boston, 1846. Size, 15X17 1/4 inches. Scale (computed), 83+rods to an inch. Vol. 46, p. 7.
    • A Chart Exhibiting the Normal Course & Velocity of the Tidal Current at Ebb in Boston Harbor

      United States Coast Survey; Bache, A.D.; Davis, Charles Henry; Maffitt, John Newland (1848-01-01)
      "By A.D. Bache, Superintendent U.S. Coast Survey from observations by Lieut. J.N. Maffitt of the hydrographic party under the command of Lieut. Chas. H. Davis U.S.N." At head of title: "A No.3."
    • Plan of Boston With Parts of East and South Boston, Also Portions of Charlestown and Cambridge.

      Williams, W. (1848-01-01)
      Relief shown by hachures. In lower margin: Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1848 by W. Williams, in the Office of the District Court of the Southern District of New York. From: Appletons' New and Complete United States Guide Book for Travellers, 1851. Includes index to points of interest.
    • Boston With its Environs, 1775 & 1776.

      Frothingham, Richard (1849-01-01)
      Shows positions of troops, forts, redoubts and batteries. Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by shading. "Engraved for Frothingham's History." From: History of the siege of Boston, and of the battles of Lexington, Concord, and Bunker Hill / Richard Frothingham, 1849. Includes "references" to points of interest.
    • Boston Harbour: From the Survey of A.S. Wadsworth Esq., U.S.N, and the Survey of Des Barres.

      Blunt, E.M.; Des Barres, Joseph (1850-01-01)
      From the American Coast Pilot, 16h edition. Depths shown by soundings.
    • [Plan of Boundary Lines in Roxbury and the City of Boston.]

      Fuller, Stephen P.; Board of Harbor and Land Commissioners of Massacusetts (1852-01-01)
      Oriented with north toward the upper right. Shows the boundary line between the City of Boston and the Town of Roxbury, and the line between the Boston and Roxbury Mill Corporation and the City of Boston and others. "S.P. Fuller, surveyor, Boston, Oct. 20th 1832. Copied by A. Hale, February 13th 1849." "Boston, March 11th 1852." "Simon Greenleaf, Joel Giles, Ezra Lincoln, Commissrs."
    • Plan Presented to the Honble the State Commissioners. For the Improvement of the Back Bay.

      Sears, David; Tappan & Bradford's Lith. (1852-01-01)
      Bounded on the north by Mill Dam, on the east by Boston Common, on the south by Tremont Street and on the west by Tide Mill Road. " See Mr. Sears' letter to the Commissioners dated December 30, 1850". David Sears was a prominent Boston philanthopist and Chairman of the Back Bay Commisson. Members of the Commission included Simon Greeleaf, Joel Giles, and Ezra Lincon, Jr.
    • A Plan of the Salt Marsh and Upland in Roxbury, Lying on the East Side of the Mill Creek.

      Greenleaf, Simon; Giles, Joel; Tappan & Bradford's Lith. (1852-01-01)
      Cut from Massachusetts Senate document No. 45, 1852. 1 map ; 64 x 43 cm. on sheet 72 x 50 cm.
    • Map of Boston and vicinity

      King & Haven (1853-01-01)
      Shows streets and railroads. "Corrected to date Jan'y. 1st. 1853." Includes: Old Colony Railroad, Providence Railroad, Worcester Railroad, Charles River, Roxbury, Dorchester, Fitchburg Railroad, Maine Railroad, East Cambridge, Somerville, Mystic River, Malden Marsh, Chelsea Bridge, Chelsea Ferry, Chelsea Channel, Cary Improvement Co., Prattville, North Chelsea, East Boston.
    • Plan of Boston: Comprising a Part of Charlestown and Cambridge

      Smith, George Girdler (1855-01-01)
      Relief shown by hachures. Shows wards, major buildings, etc. Insets: Plan of South Boston from a drawing by S.P. Fuller -- Plan of East Boston from an actual survey by R.H. Eddy. 1 map : hand col. ; 54 x 53 cm.
    • Colton's Map of Boston and Adjacent Cities.

      J.H. Colton & Co. (1855-01-01)
      Shows wards, major public buildings, etc. "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1855, by J.H. Colton & Co. ..." Boston (Mass.) -- Maps, Boston Metropolitan Area (Mass.) -- Maps, Boston, Roxbury, Dorchester, Dorchester Bay, Brookline, Muddy River, South Boston Bay, South Boston, Washington Village, Boston Harbor, Charles River, East Boston, Charlestown, Cambridge, Cambridgeport, East Cambridge, Somerville, Millers River, Mill Pond, Tufts' Mill Pond, Wet Basin, Mystic River, Chelsea, Chelsea Creek, boston, massachusetts.